We regret the shameful violation of human rights by Australian forces in Afghanistan, Shahbaz Naz said

By Our Correspondent

Islamabad. On the occasion of International Human Rights Day, Shahbaz Naz Chairman UHRO said that our neighboring country strongly condemns the senseless killing of unarmed and innocent Afghan men,women and children by the Australian forces in our neighboring country Afghanistan.

And in the wake of the shocking incident, recent reports in the international media have revealed that Australian forces were involved in the brutal killing of 39 Afghan civilians during the ongoing war in Afghanistan. Strict action should be taken against the culprits responsible for the Australian Army.

The International powers are called upon to condemn the atrocities in Kashmir and treatment of minorities in India. He called on the relevant international forums, including the organizations of the United Muslim Countries, to play a major role in investigating the brutal and shocking incident and bring those responsible to justice. Speakers at the demonstration said that human rights violations and oppression by world powers in countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan should be stopped.

He said such a brutal act by powerful countries and the silence of world powers on it is a matter of concern for the whole world. If the Australian military does not take stern action against the responsible criminal elements, such atrocities will continue in poor countries There is a need to raise awareness of human rights in Pakistan and the Universal Human Rights Organization will always raise its voice against the violation of human rights. There is a need to make more and more laws regarding human rights in Pakistan as well. Demonstrators chanted slogans against the Australian military in order to make justice easier and cheaper.

The demonstration in front of the National Press Club Islamabad was attended by human rights activists and the journalist community of the Twin Cities. Journalists also raise voice against this oppression and barbarism

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